Researchers report amygdala activity declines when the magnitude of an untruth escalates.
According to researchers, subtle and unconscious increases in arousal can help shape our confidence in visual experiences.
A new study reports that listening to something while looking in a different direction may slow reaction times and increase the effort for auditory attention.
According to researchers, adults on the autism spectrum are less surprised when presented with unexpected images during learning tasks than those not on the spectrum. Additionally, those who were least surprised had the most pronounced autism symptoms.